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Author Topic: Mixing and Mastering Electronic stuff  (Read 1146 times)

Alécio Costa - Brazil

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Mixing and Mastering Electronic stuff
« on: May 11, 2008, 10:19:36 am »

Interesting Video:
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Re: Mixing and Mastering Electronic stuff
« Reply #1 on: May 11, 2008, 10:19:21 pm »

EPI consoles?  He he.
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Thomas W. Bethel

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Re: Mixing and Mastering Electronic stuff
« Reply #2 on: May 12, 2008, 08:28:47 am »

Everyone has different ways of working

He did say API but the translators typed EPI

Anyone else notice that none of his equipment has any rack screws securing the equipment to the racks. Must make for some nifty noise/ground loop  "problems" as the equipment shifts in the rack.

Running everything through an analog console is something I did in my early days of mastering but it was dicey at best. I was using a Neotek Series One and although it gave me a lot of monitoring options it was also giving me some additional circuitry to go though in order to listen to what I was mastering. I am much happier with my DAC-1 feeding directly into my Bryston Amplifier.

Different strokes for different folks.

I am seeing more and more of these on line. I guess it is another way of marketing yourself.
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